Legislators in several states have moved to give consumers options when it comes to installing smart meters in their homes.
While the state maintains primacy in regulating oil and gas drilling, activist groups have been pushing hard for more municipal and county control.
A new University of Colorado-Boulder study found urban crime remains low.
Similar legislation is pending in Congress. But California is the only place that has enacted a comparable state law.
Michigan’s governor says he only found out in January, but newly revealed emails show his aides were aware of the fatal outbreak nine months ago.
With Tesla and Switch moving to town, the city unveils its tech ambitions.
The Bureau of Land Management will soon ask for public input on how our Carlsbad public lands are managed—whether for conservation purposes or for development including oil and gas.
A name can be a powerful way to garner community support for an important transit project.
Santa Clara, California, hopes partnerships with STEM innovators will benefit public education.
In Harris County, Texas, authorities are urging residents to take preventative steps to protect themselves from mosquitoes.
There's some mixed news for growth in states since the Great Recession.